This video documents a group of women who attend the Cultural Cookery class at the Hidden Gardens.
For one night only, 12 Glasgow women took charge of the kitchen of a Merchant City restaurant to serve up food their mothers and grandmothers taught them to make. Theatre artist Adura Onashile worked with the Hidden Gardens Cultural Cookery Group to create this unique communal dining experience – part performance, part installation, part celebration.
A four course meal served by the women who made it; each dish with its own story, memory and cultural history. The evening also featured live music from Koshka, playing a heady cocktail of gypsy tunes from all over the world.